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Michael Ballard
6 months ago
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I was proud to work for #FamilyDollar because

I enjoyed restocking and setting products the right way always facing forward and of course handling the customer's at the register always being polite and keeping up small talk with each and every customer

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Veronica Varnadore
6 months ago
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The best thing I learned from my job was...

OK at Krystals you have regular employees and the next step after them is head cashier and than supervisor with being head cashier you are in charge of all the cash on the floor for that day on your shift meaning if you do pick ups you are in charge of the safe and you contribute cash to the cashier that need it

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Cynthia Roberts
7 months ago
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I stayed positive and motivated at my job by...

I stayed positive and motivated by planning menus and requesting sorority residents input for new ideas in meal preparations. Also the vendors gave samples of new products to try in meal planning which worked to the interest of residents quite well. Board staff also gave input on the variety of meals served for family visits at sorority. The residents trusted my thoughts on meals served for weekend brunches or functions for various events planned by sorority.

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Vance Anderson-Inks
7 months ago
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What I loved working at #MercadodeFlamenco,P.V.

I loved it because I owned it. I was able to access people in the hills, coffee plantations, wineries. and give them a place to display and sell their wares. I provisioned big ships in the Marina in P.V. If it was food, flowers, staff, I was able to draw from all my local contacts to solve everyone's needs.

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Ronald Mims
7 months ago
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The best part about working at #AcadianaCrewChange was

Well I can't say it was a great experience, I hauled oilfield divers to catch their boat out the rigs in the gulf. I had to break a fight between two divers when we stopped for a snack. Of course on the way back i sometimes put up with their less than nice demeanor. It was a pretty stressful atmosphere sometimes.

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Marilyn Harris
7 months ago
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What I loved working at Swillingness of Engineers and the Legal

What I loved about Sprint were the willingness of the Engineering and Legal departments to discuss the how, when, where regarding the elements of any proposal and how to avoid any material issues that can confuse the prospective contacts or approaches to selling the contract and/or proposals. I also loved the willingness of the Department of the Army
to listen to potential problems in their stated project. I had a two starred General search me out to thank me for my perspective and suggestions for a new mobile Communications unit they were needed.

There was more to love about Sprint and my experiences than the politics I disliked.

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Dawn Boulanger
7 months ago
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A #stressful #Durhamschoolbusservice day

Everyone one rushing to the time clock at the same time to clock out. The fights on the bus and you get in the middle so no one gets hurts. Writing them up and the school dont dont do nothing

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mark dryden
6 months ago
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I found my job at #Monessenhearth by doing...

I was hired as a carver, to replace the carver that left the company. My job:. To carve the logs that were going to be molded and used in gas and propane fireplace systems. I used ceramic blocks and ceramic cauking to produce realistic models, We also would incorporate actual logs , modifing them to fit our needs. I then voluntered to help out the mold shop I learned the molding process for ceramic logs, and refractory logs. Also making foam in place packaging molds and vacuum form panel molds as well as sculpting log sets. I also would make multipal hand carved sets of our prototype logs for trade shows. During my tenure, Monessen Hearth bought Martin Industries, and then Vermont Castings. In 2014 The business was purchased by HHT , Hearth and Home Technologies, to obtain our vent free technology and patents. HHT Closed one of the vermont castings plants down within a year of buying the businesses & had no intentions of keeping the Paris Ky plant open, and started laying off employees in 2015 , and offering to let employees move to other states to work for HHT. I had no interest in HHT as an employer.

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Susan Barber
6 months ago
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I found my job at #RedLobster by doing...

Being flexible in what days and hours I was willing to work. My ability to work unsupervised and my ability to guide my fellow employees to success.

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Carlos (Dan) Gonzalez
6 months ago
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Something great I learned at my job was

I enjoy a fine dining and craft cocktail environment far more than an informal "speed bar" when I make drinks for people. It affords me the opportunity to truly express myself with the artistry, and in many cases, interact with clientele on a more meaningful level. Taking pride in my work is something I will always do, but that customers often appreciate watching a manhattan or an old fashioned being created was something that I certainly re-learned at the Boiler House.

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